Five College Fellowships offer year-long residencies for doctoral students completing dissertations. The program supports scholars from under-represented groups and/or scholars with unique interests and histories whose engagement in the Academy will enrich scholarship and teaching.
(2015-2016 is the last year of the fellowship program--no fellowships will be awarded for 2016-2017.)
University of California, Berkeley
African Diaspora Studies
Dissertation: "What’s Left of African Diaspora Theory?: (Re)Turning to Political Economy and
Articulating the Cultural to Economic Realities."
Mount Holyoke College
Sarah Pierce Taylor
University of Pennysylvania
South Asia Studies
Dissertation: “The Aesthetics of Sovereignty: The Poetic and Material Worlds of Medieval
University of California, Los Angeles
Dissertation: "Building the Creolized Empire: Architectural Mixture in the French Colonial World,
Smith College School for Social Work
(Bertha Capen Reynolds Pre Doctoral Fellowship)
Howard University School of Social Work
Clinical Social Work
Dissertation: "Attitudes of Arab Americans toward Person with Disabilities"